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I’m at the VetPartner‘s meeting in advance of VMX (formerly the NAVC conference), but thanks to the “miracle” of scheduling, I am happy to present our first featured veterinary student of the year: Washington State’s Hannah French. She was chosen by Dr. Kristen Britton, one of our Nationwide Field Veterinarians, … Continue reading Three questions for … Washington State’s Hannah French
Our latest featured veterinary student is Pauline Pau (2019) of the Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Kristi Yee of our team of field veterinarians made the selection when she was recently on campus to lecture. Will you please share something unexpected you discovered or learned on your … Continue reading Three questions for … Ohio State’s Pauline Pau
Are you prepared to discuss all pet cancer treatment options with your veterinary clients when you diagnose a malignancy in one of your patients? The better informed your practice’s pet-owners are, the better decisions they will be able to make for their animals companions. That’s especially true for those clients … Continue reading Tips for discussing pet cancer treatment options
November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and as we do every year, Nationwide® is partnering with the Animal Cancer Foundation, using the #CurePetCancer2017 hashtag to increase awareness and raise funds to fight the top disease-related killer of dogs and cats. Everyone can join: The entire veterinary community and pet-lovers … Continue reading #CurePetCancer2017: A hashtag that helps advance hope
Your fax machine’s last days may well be at hand, and your veterinary team won’t have to be diverted from patient care to handle pet insurance claims. That’s because at least for Nationwide members with our pet health insurance, there’s now a mobile ap that makes filing claims easy for … Continue reading Snap, send, simple: Pet insurance claims that won’t take staff time